Oil on canvas depicting the son of Louis XIV, Louis of France (1661-1711)
Louis de France is recognizable by the shape of his face, his nose said "Bourbon" Bourbon nose is an arched nose that has been seen in several members of the Bourbon family but also his blue eyes.
Louis de France, said Monseigneur, or the Grand Dauphin after his death, was born in Fontainebleau on November 1, 1661 and died at the castle of Meudon April 14, 1711. He will never be enthroned, he died of smallpox before his father Louis XIV in 1711. It will be his nephew Duke Philippe d'Orléans (1674-1723) who will ensure the Regency until 1721 and the great grandson of Louis XIV, the future King Louis XV.
Circle of Hyacinthe Rigaud (1659-1743)
Saying about a painting that she was executed by "the entourage of Hyacinthe Rigaud" indicates that the painting was painted by an artist trained around Rigaud, not by the master directly, but perhaps by one of His students.
Frame Louis XIV gilt wood and carved.
Rentoilage mid-twentieth, label on the canvas "property of Mrs. Wallez"
Dimensions without frame: Length: 71.5cm Width: 91cm
Dimensions with frame: Length: 97cm Width: 116.5cm